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Vol,. 14(9):32. 

represi?nts a significant increase in the 
knovdedge of the fauna. Also included is a 
forev;ard by T.E. Thompson, an introduction 
discussing the. evolutionary history, defense 
mechanisms, feeding, reproduction and larval 
biology of opisthobranchs. This is followed by 
sections on the systematics and collection of 
opisthobranchs and their biogeography in 
southern Africa. There is also a chapter en 
how to classify opisthobranchs designed for the 
layman but describes why internal morphology is 
essential. This section includes a glossary 
illustrated with numerous pen and ink drawings 
and a key to the identification of living 
specimens of all the species discussed. 1 tnink 
the price is fair. The format and size will be 
the same as the brochure I sent. It will be 
printed on high gloss paper, like the brochure, 
which pushes the cost up, but also the quality. 
It will only be printed in hard back, as v.'ell, at 
this time." 

Nudibranciis of Southern Africa by Terrence 
Gosllner will be available from the 
Opisthobranch ffewsletter for $30.00 U.S. plus 
poscage and applicable taxes. 

Jim McLean spent a week back In Cape Cod, 
Massachusetts this summer. 

From Dr. I.S. Roginskaya: "I am sending you 
an article of Soviet maiacologist Dr. K.N. Nesis, 
concerning the interrelations of Aeclidia 
papulosa and sea-anemone inthopleura 
elfigantissisa, published in our popular 
magazine Science and La.fe. Aeolidia papillosa 
was photograpned by me at tne White Ssa 
Biological Station. 

Wes Farmer, 410 So. 1st St. Sp.lci2, El Cajon, 
CA 92021 (7l4)5db-dl53, is still making 
Opisthobranch models. If you are interested in 
one of his beautiful models, please contact him. 

Dave Behrens has recently taken some time 
off from branching to publish a short paper on 
the mating behavior of the Gray Whale, 
Eschrictius robustus. His paper just appeared 
in CaliforaJLa Fish and Game, 6ci(1):50-53 + 
photos. . 

In late June, Steve Long, Roberta Re in hard, 
Dave Mulliner, Peg Mulliner, and Joan Steinberg 
.all spent the afternoon at Jim Lance's. It was 
good to meet Dr.- Steinberg after all these 
years. 

Oa October 15, 19B2, Pete Oringer, Howie 
Katzman, Steve Long, and Roberta got together 
for dinner in Long Beach. Pete is down from. 
Eureka, California on business. 

From I^'felissa Barbour: "Just about the tLme 
your notice ca.nse we v;ere in the throes of big 
changes. Jim started to work for the State 
Water Resources Control board in Sacramento. 
He has oeen commuting 2X/week since then. I 
returned to work after a 3 raos. maternity leave. 
)fie had a little girl, Nora, in January, how we 



OPISTHOBRANCH NEySLETTER 

will be moving to Sacramento In the next month. 

I finished going through the MacFarland 
slides, etc. just before Nora was bom — they 
have oeen collated Into the collection at 
California Academy of Sciences -- some into the 
type collection and some into the regular 
collection. They are now at least findable. 
That will probably be my last Opisthobranch 
work for a while. Nora taKes a lot of time & 
energy at this time." -- Kjelissa A. Barbour 

From Ian Loch: "in March, Bill Rudman, Geoff 
Avem, Judith Hunter, Helen "Woodward and myself 
spent four days collecting around^ Yamba in 
northern N.S.W. Strong winds and a' big swell 
reduced Geoff and I to 'diving' in tide pools, 
but the overall collections were quite good, 
about 60 species. Diving in tide pools does 
concentrate the effort. Some of the beasts 
found were, Favorinus japcnicus in a variety of 
colour forms, SpuriUa alba, S. austral is, 
Phidiana bourailli, a new Phiaiana with oright 
blue bands on its cerata, Favorinus 
tsurugensis, a Llmenandra, Aeo]_Ldiella 
takanosiioensis, a tritoniia en Telesto, a tiny 
Ckadaia, ^gires citrina, G<xiiodG ride 11a 
savi^yi; Plocaaoperus ceyianicus, Okenia 
pellucida and anotner Ckenia on Zoobotrycxi, 
Miami ra fiavicostata, Ctenodoris pecten; 
Dendrodoris genimacea, D. guttata and otners 
Indeterminate as usual, a range of 
Pleurobranchus and various flat dorids 
including a common Discodoris whicn we found 
can 'control' its colour from lignt to dark." 

PatricK LaFollette was been working at the 
AAAS in Washington, D.C., during August, and is 
now (October) on vacation in Canada. He 
stopped to see Sandra Mile n in Vancouver on 
the way up. Pat is now a part time employee of 
the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural 
History. 

* * * * * 
CURRENT EVENTS 

Notice from The Veliger, Volume 25, Number 2, 
October 1, 1932: "At a Special Kjeeting of the 
Executive Board of the C. M. S., Inc. a new 
Editor has been appointed, effective with the 
close of the tenure of the present Editor at the 
close of volume 25- Since there are enough 
manuscripts, reviewed and accepted, on hand to 
fill the remaining two issues of the current 
volume, all manuscripts submitted for possible 
publication in the Veliger should be sent 
henceforth to Dr. David W. Phillips, 2410 
Oaken shield Road, Davis, CaJJ-fomia 95616." 

hfelacological Review subscription orders and 

payments should be sent to: Fialacological 
Review, P.O. Box 637, Niwot, Colorado b0544. 
Harruscripts should be sent to Dr. Sni-Kuei Wu, 
University of Colorado Museum, Campus Box 21d, 
Boulder, Colorado 60309- 



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OGtober, 19b2 
Volume 14, 
Number 10 
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Trapania dalva Marcus, 1972 
Drawing by Eveline Marcus 

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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF OPISTHOBRANCHIA 

10104 ALTIMIRA, CARLOS, MARiA FERNANDA 
HUELIN 4 JOANDGMlilJEC ROS, 19^1. Molluscs 
bentcnics de les illes Medes (Girona). I. 
Sistematica. [Benthic Mollusca of tedes 
Islands (Girona, Spain). I. Systematics.] 
BUTTL. INST. CAT. HIST. NAT., 47 (sec. zool., 
4):69-75- [Spanish; thgiish summary; 34 
opisthobranch species listed] 

10105 ROS, JOANDOMtMEC, December, 19b1. 
Desarrollo y estrategias biononicas en los 
Opisthobranquios. [Development and bionomic 



strategies in the Opistnobrancnia.] OECOLOGIA 
AQUATICA, (5):147-Ib3, figs. 1-5, tbls. 1-4. 
[Spanish; rmgiish summary; 207 species 
covered] 

10106 PERETZ, BERTRAM & LANNY ADKINS, June, 
19b2. An index of age when birthdate is unknown 
in Aplysia calxfomica: shell size and growth in 
long-term raariculturea animals. BIOLOGICAL 
BULLETIN, 1b2(3):333-344. 

10107 ORTEA RATO, JESUS ANGEL, JOSE MIGUEL 
PEREZ SANCHEZ & EVA MARIA LLERA GONZALEZ. 198I. 
Cuademos del Crinas No. 3- Moluscos 
Opisthobranquios recolectados duarte el Plan de 
Bentos Circuncanario. Doridacea: prime ra parte 
(1). CONSEJERIAS DE AGHICULTURA Y PESCA DEL 
CONSEJO DE GOBIERNO DEL PRINCIPADO DE 
ASTURIAS Y DE LA JUNTA DE CANARIAS, pp. 1-48, 2 
color pis., figs. 1-22, 2 tbls. [Spanish; French 
preface; &iglisn abstract; Aldisa expieta n. 
sp., A. smaragdina n. sp., Doris verrucosa, D. 
bertheloti, Platydoris argo, Baptodoris perezi 
n. sp., Taringa oleica n. so., T. ascitica n. sp., 
T. tritorquis n. s., & T. bacalLadoin. sp. + 
other spp. mentioned.] 

10108 ORTEA, J. A. & M. BALLESTEROS, 1981. A 
new Doridacea from the Icerian and Balearic 
Littoral: Geitodoris bonosin. sp. J. MOLL. 
STUD., 47(357-342, figs. 1-3. [Doris complanata, 
G. innnuDda, G, moliina, G. falklandicaj G. 
patagonica, G. oshimai, G. lutea, Carryodoris 
joubJni, C. portisanni, Discodoris tema] 

10109 ORTEA, JESUS. 19c2? [Received July 
1982]. Moluscos opisthobranquios de las islas 
Canarias. Primera parte: Ascoglosos. BOL. INST. 
ESPA. OCEANO., Vol. 6, No. 327:100-199, figs. 1-14, 
1 pi. (color figs A-F). [Spanish; Oxynoe 
olivacea (Rafinesque, 191^), Calyphylla 
mediterranea Costa, 1967, Caliphylla 
mediterranea Costa, 1867, Polybraochia viridis 
(Desnayes, 1057), Polybranchia borgiini 
(Trixicnese, 1096), Stiiiger Ilerai n. sp., 
Placida verticilata n. sp., Placida dendritica, 
Ercolania lozanoin. sp., Elysia flava Verrill, 
1901.] 

10110 McCLELLAN, ANDREW D., June, 1982. 
Movements and motor parte .n^s of the buccal mass 
of Plfiurobranchaea during feeding, 
regurgitation and rejection. THE JOURNAL OF 
EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 90:195-212. 

10111 McCLELLAN, ANDREW D., June, 19o2. Re- 
examination of presumed feeding motor activity 
in the isolated nervous system of 
Plfiurobranchaea. THE JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL 
BIOLOGY, 98:213-228. 

10112 BEBBINGTON, A., 19o2. Notes on a ' 
Collection of Aplysiomorpha in the Museum 
National Dhistoire Nature lie De Paris^ from 
around the Senegalese Coasts. MALACOLOGIA, 
22(1-2):5n-514. 

10113 EDMUNDS, MALCOLM, 1982. Speciation in 
Chromodorid Nudibranchs in Ghana. 
MALACOLOGIA, 22( 1-2):515-522. 



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1011^ ED'INGER, K., 19B2. Colour Adaption in 
itaEfinea-tlavieula. (Dacosta) (Hollusca- 
ODisthobraTxOhia). MALICOLOGII, 22(1-2):593- 
600. 



10125 BERTSCH, HANS ^ SCOTT JOHNSON, July 13, 
19B2. Coaparative zoogeography of Hawaiian and 
Pacific basin nudibranchs. THE WESTERN 
SOCIETY OF MALACOLOGISTS ANKUAL REPORT, 14:19. 



10115 SCHMEKEL, L., 1982. Occurrance and 
Microstructtire of the Vacuolized Epidermis in 
Mudibranchia (Gastropoda, Qoisthobranchia). 
MALACOLOGIA, 22(1-2 ):&31-&36. 

10116 GAULIN, GARY R., October 1, 19B2. A New 
btethod for Sampling the Mesatocysts of Aeolid 
Nudibranchs. THE ¥£LIG£H, 25C2}:17 1-172. 

10117 LLERA GONZALEZ, EVA MARlA & JESI^ 
ORTEA RATO, Wovember-Deceffibsr, I98I. Una nueva 
e specie de Eubranchus (Moilusca: 
Nudibranchiata) del Norte ae Espafla. BOLL. 
MLACOLOGICO, 17(11-12):265-270, figs. 1-4, pit. 
figs. A-E. 

10118 fLOR, GERMAN, EVA MARIA LLERA ^ JESUS 
ANGEL ORTEA, .f"Iarch, 19B2. Cuademos del Crinas 
No. 2. Los carbonates biogenicos de los 
sedimentos de las playas Arenosas de Asturias y 
Cantabria: su origen y significado dinamico. 
Priffiera parte (a). CONSEJO DS GOBIEMO DEL 
PRICNIP&BO DE ASTUIIAS, Centre de 

L'lvestiga Clones Acuaticas, pp. 4-77, figs. 1-6, 
tbls. 1-XXII. 

10119 LEWBEL, G.S., A. WOLFSON, T. GERRODETTE, 
W.h. LIPPINCOTT, J.L. WILSON & M.M. LITTLER, 
February 27, 1981. Shallow-Water Benthic 
Communities on California's Outer Continental 
Shelf. MARINE ECOLOGY -» PHGGEESS SERIES, 
4:159-168, figs. 1-6j tDl. 1. lAidisa sanguinea, 
Mlsodoris nobilis, Aplysia sp.j Cadlina 
i.ut'soaarglnata, Cadlina Eodesta, Cadlina sparsa, 
Cadlina spp., Discodoris J^atM, Doriopsilla 
albopunetata, Doris sp. (sensu lato), 
Fiabellinopsis iodine a, Hermssenda 
crassicomis, Paidiana pugnax, Triopha 
carpeoteri, unidentified nudibranch spp.] 

10120 EMERSON, WILLIAM K., July 15, 1982. 
Zoogeographic implications of the occurrence 
of Indo-Pacific gastropods on tne west 
American continental borderland. THE WESTSBM 
SOCIETY OF MALACOLOGISTS ANNUAL REPORT^ 14:15- 
14. 

10121 not used 

^10122 McLEAN, NORMAN & DAVID PORTER, July 13, 
1982. The yellow-spot disease of the nudibranch 
Tritonia dion^dea. THE WE5TEEN SOCIETY OF 
MALACOLOGISTS ANNUAL REPORT, 14:17-18. 

10123 WALKER, ROGER P. i JANICE E. THOMPSON, 
July 13, ■|9b2. Chemical defense in 
opisthobranchs. THE WESTEHM SOCIETY OF 
MALACOLOGISTS ANNUAL REPORT, 14:18. 

1-^'24 SLEEFliR, HOWARD L., July 13, 1982. Alarm 
pherofflones from tne marine opisthobranch 
Chelidonura inermis. THE WESTERN SOCIETY OF 
MALACOLOGISTS ANNUAL REPORT, 14:18. 



10126 LONG, STEVEN J., July 13, 1982. 
Opisthobranch information resources. THE 

WESTERII SOCIETY OF M4LAC0LC€ISTS ANNUAL 
REPOfiX, 14:19. 

The bibliograpnical information below was 
provided by Ian Loch. It should be complete up 
to early 1982. I have to depend on the order of 
the list sent to me for priority, *- 

08501 MILLER, H.C. & W.B. RUDMAN, I968 
[ Se pte mbe r 5 ] . Two new gene ra an d s pe cie s o f 
the Superfamily Rtoncinoidea (Moilusca, 
Gastropoda, Opisthobranchia) from New Zealand. 
TRANS- ROY. SOC. OF KSM ZEALAND (ZOOL.), 
10(19 ):183-1o9, 3 figs. 

08754 RUDMAN, W.B-, 1968 [August 23]. Three 
nei<? species of the opisthobranch family 
Aglajidae from New Zealand. TRANS- R. SCC. N.Z. 
ZOOL., 10(23):211-216, figs. 1-2. 

08755 RUDMAN, W.B., 1970a [August 17 3. 
Chelidcoura inomata Baba and C. electra sp. 
nov. from the Solomon Islands (Opisthobranchia, 
Aglajidae). JOURNAL OF THE MALAC. SOC. 
AUSTRALIA, 2(1):7-12, 1 fig. 

08756 RUDMAN, W.B., i970b. A revision of the 
genus PMline in New Zealand with descriptions 
of two ne'w species (Gastropoaa, 
Opisthobrancnia). JOURNAL OF THE MALAC. SOC. 
AUSTRALIA, 2(1):23-34, ?. fi^s., pi. 3- 

05014 RUDMAN, W.B,, 1971a [September 1]. On a 
new genus for "Toroatdiia" isaurdochi Surer, 1913 

(Retusidae, Opisthcbraiichia). JGUHHAL OF THE 
MALACOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA, 2(2):lb7- 

193, 2 figs., pi. 17. 

05015 RUDMAN, W.B., 1971b [Saptember 1]. The 
genus BiilUiia (Opisthobranchia, Gastropoda) in 
New Zealand. JOURML OF THE MALACOLOGICAL 
SOCIETY Of AUSTRALIA, 2(2):195-203, 2 fiss., pi. 
IS. 

05028 RUDMAN, W.B., 1971c [September 1]. The 
family Acteonidae (OpisthoDranchia, Gastropoda) 
in New Zealand. JOURNAL OF THE MALACOLOGICAL 
SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA, 2(2):205-214, 2 figs.^ pi. 
19. 

05372 RUDMAN, W.B., 1971d [October]. On the 
opisthobrsjrich genus Haxsinoea Turton 3c Kingston. 
PACIFIC SCIENCE, 25(4):545-559, figs. 1-12. 

05371 RUDMAN, W.B., 197 1e. Structure and 
functicnijig of the gut in the Bullomorpha 
(Opisthobranchia). I. Herbivores. JOURNAL OF 
KATUSAL HISTOBY, 5(6):64?-675, 18 fi~s. 

05176 RUDMAN, W.B., 1972a [January]. Oi 
Melanochlaiays Cheese man, I88I, a genus of the 



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Aglajidae (OoisthobranGhia, ua:icropoaa;. 
PACIFIC SCIMCE, 26(1;:50-62, 8 figs. 

05907 RUDMAN, W.B., 1972b. StruGture and 



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genera of the Aglajidae (Ooisthobrftnchia, 
Gastropoda). ZOOLOGIC-^^ :.nM-,x;r.f >■ T,„.:^..ft^; 
SOCIETI, 54(3)n65-212, 



functioning of the gut ixx the Builomorpha 
(Opisthobranchia). Fart II. Acteonidae. 
JOURNAL OF MTORAL HISTORI, 6(3):311-32^, figs. 

1-8. 

05795 RUDMAN, W.B., 1972c [May]. Studies on 
the primitive opisthobranch genera BulUna 
Ferussac and Microaelo Pilsbry. ZOOLOGICAL 
JOURNAL LINNEAN SOCIETI, 5U2):105~119, figs. 1- 
8. 

05795 RUDMAN, W.B., 1972d [May]. The anatomy 
of the opisthobranch genus Bydatina and the 
functioning of the mantle cavity and the 
alimentary canal. ZOOLOGICAL JOURNAL LINNEAN 
SOCIETY, 51(2):121-139, figs. 1-lM, pi. 1. 

05794 RUDMAN, k.B., 1972e. Structure and 
functioning of the gut in the Builomorpha 
(Opisthobranchia). Part 3. Pnilinidae. JOURNAL 
OF NATURAL HISTORY, 6(4):459-474, figs. 1-9. 

05475 RUDMAN, W.B., 1972f [December]. The 
genus Phi line (Opisthobrancha, Gastropoda). 
PROCEEDINGS OF THE MALACOLOGICAL SOCIETI OF 
LONDON, 40(3):171-187, figs. 1-10. 

05476 RUDMAN, W.B., 1972g [December]. The 
herbivorous opisthobranch genera 
Phaneropthalmus A. Adams and Smaragdinella A. 
Adams. PROCEEDI&'GS OF THE MALACOLOGICAL 
SOCIETY OF LONDON, 40(3):1o9-21G, rigs. 1-11, pi. 
1. 

05908 RUDMAN, W.B., 1972h LOctober]. A 
comparative study of the genus Philinopsis 
Pease, i860 (Aglajidae, Opisthobranchia). ' 
PACIFIC SCIENCE, 26(4):381-599, figs. 1-15, tbi. 
1, 1 pi. 

05909 RUDMAN, W.B., i972i. Structure and 
functiaiing of the gut in the Builomorpha 
(Opisthobranchia). Part 4. Aglajidae. JOURNAL 
OF NATURAL HISTORY, 6(5):547-560, figs. 1-8. 

05474 RUDMAN, W.B., 1972j [November- 
December]. A study of the functional anatomy of 
Pupa and Maxactecn (Acteonidae, 
Opisthobranchia) with an account of the 
breeding cycle of Pupa kirki. JOURNAL OF 
NATURAL HISTORY, 6(6):603-ol9, figs. 1-10. 

10127 RUDMAN, W.B., 1973a. Chromodorid 
opisthooranch Nioilusca from the Indo-West 
Pacific. " ZOOLOGICAL JOURNAL LINNEAN SOCIETY, 

52(3):175-199, 7 figs., 2 col. pi. 

10128 RUDMAN, Vi.B., 1973b. On some species of 
Chelidcnura (Opisthobranchia, Aglajidae) from 
Zanzibar and Fiji. ZOOLOGICAL JOURNAL LINNEAN 
SOCIETY, 52(5):201.-215. 

10129 RUDMAN, W.B., 1974. A comparison of 
Chelidooura, Navanax and Aglaja with other 



10130 RUDMAN, W.B., 1977- Chromodorid 
opisthobranch Mollusca from East Africa and the 
tropical West Pacific. ZC-OLOGICAL JOURNAL 

LIMM'EAN SOCIETI, 61:351-597. 

10131 RUDMAN, W.B., IQJfea. The dorid 
opisthobranch genei^a Halgerda and Sclerodoris 
from the Indo-West Pacific. ZOOLOGICAL 
JOURNAL LIMEAN SOCIETI, 62:59-88. 

10132 RUDMAN, W.B., 197sb. Anew species and 
genus of the Aglajidae and the evolution of the 
philinacean opisthobrancn molluscs. ZOOLOGICAL 
JOURNAL LINNEAN SOCIETI, 62:69-107. 

10016 RUDMAN, W.B., 1980 [February]. Aeolid 
opisthobranch molluscs (Fam. Glaucidae) from 
the Indian Ocean .and the south-west Pacific. 
ZOOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETI, 
68:139-172; 19 figs. 

10133 RUDMAN, W.B., 196la. Further studies on 
the anatomy and ecology of opisthobranch 
molluscs feeding on the soleractinian coral 
Porites. ZOOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAl 
SOCIETY, 71:373-412. 

10134 RUDMAN, W.B., 198lb. The anatomy and 
biology of alcyonarian feeding aeolid 
opisthobrancn molluscs and their development of 
zooxantheiiae symbiosis. ZOOLOGICAL JOURNAL 
OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY, 72:219-262. 

10135 RUDI4AN, W.B., 198 ic. Polyp mimicry in a 
new species of aeolid nudibranch mollusc. 
JOURNAL ZOOLOGY, LONDON, 193:421-427. 

10086 RUDMAN, W.B., 1982 [February]. The 
taxonomy and biology of further aeolidacean 
and arrrdnacean nudibrancn molluscs with 
symbiotic zooxantheiiae. ZOOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF 
THE LINNEAN SOCIETY, 74(2):147~196. 

CURRENT EVENTS 

The American Museum of Natural History has 
announced its 1982 awards including one from 
the Lemer-Gray Fund, to Sathe R„ Jensen for a 
research project: "Toxicity of the ascoglossan 
mollusc Mourgcaia gennaineae.-' Congratulations 
Kathe! 

Steve Long gave a slide show and talk before 
the Long fieacn Shell Club on Sunday, October 10, 
1982, 

From October 17-22, Steve Long was in Menlo 
Park, California, attendl'^g training sessions 
with Zytron. Bobbie took care of business, mail 
and telephone durixig that time. 

Donelte Martin and Brian Cole were marriea a 
couple of raaiths ago. They are still living in 
Petaluma, California. Congratulations! 



¥0L. 1M(10):36. OPISTHOBRASCH HEMSLETTER OCTOBER 1982 

EDITOR'S NOTES 

Our computer system is great. You will note from the September issue; I am still having 
some minor problems with the printer interface. The character spacing is not perfect and 
some of the overstrikes are also not perfect. The increase in indexing capability is 
fantastic! I hope to have time to work with some of this capability in the near future. 

If any of you has index files for taxons, subjects, or any aspect of 
opisthobranchology, please share them with us. It takes a while to get large amounts of 
data entered but the results are really worth the effort. Anyone who sends data for an 
index will receive a free copy as soon as their entries are added. The rest of you will 
have to wait until the work is published in the ON or as a separate. 

Don't worry about the format of the data when you send it. File cards, scraps of paper, 
typed lists ~~ all are welcome. Please take the time to send me reprints of you 
publications — even newspaper clippings and reviews. I really want to get to original 
papers when possible. Too many errors creep in when I am working from second hand 
information. Please also take the time to notify me of typographical and other errors in 
the ON. 

I have hundreds of papers on film which have not yet been titled and filed in order. 
Please continue to send for copies -- we will work as fast as possioie to answer requests. 

Any time you do in depth research on an animal, or on a group of animals, please keep 
track of your references and compile a list to go into the taxon index. There is no way 
within reason that I can search out all of this information but, if you send it, I will get 
it into the files. 



INDEX TO OPISTHOBRANCH ILLUSTRATIONS IN VOLUME 1-13 OF THE OPISTHOBRANCH NEWSLETTER. 
Compiled by Wesley M. Farmer. 

Acanthodoris brunnea MacFarland, 1905 ONVII(4)13 

Acanthodoris pina Marcus & Marcus, 1967 ONVII(3)12 

Aegires albopisnctatus MacFarland, 1905 ONV(9)^9 

Aegires puctilucens (d'Orbigny, 1d37) ONV(12)79 

Aeoiid sp. ONIK 12)47 

AfioHdla papulosa Linnaeus, 1761 ONVIII(3-4)13 

Aeolidiella takanosiioensis Baba, 1930 ONVIIK 12)37 

Ag].aja orientalis Baba, 19^9 CNX(8-10)il7 

^cula Ifintigiiiosa Farmer in Farmer & Sloan, 1964 ONVII(9)43 

toisodoris nobili.s MacFarland, 1905 ONIX(3)9 

Aphelodoris antillensis Bergh, 1d79 ONV(9)51 

Aplysia ( Pru¥otapljsia ) parvxila Guilding in M^rch, 1863 ONV(8)37 

Aplysia califomica Cooper, 1863 ONVIK 12)55 

Archidoris Eicmtereyensis (Cooper, 1&62) 0NIV(1)1 

Armina califomica ONVK 2)9, ONVK 5)39 ~ .^ ' - 

Anama papillate Baba, 1913 ONVII(5)17 

Ascobulia japcoica (Hamatani, 1969) 0NIX(4)11 

Aurocanta sp. 0NIII(2)5 

Babaiella poandissifii (Risbec, 1929) ONIII(9)36 

Eabaislla serranta (Baba, 19M9) ONIII(9)36 

Baeolidia major amakusana (Baba) ONlV(9)4l 

Berthellina en.^sli Gardiner, 1936 ONVII(8)39 

BraD.chophynugr. orientale var. sagamiense Baba, 1955 ONIV(5/6)17 

Bulla gouldiana PUsbry, 1895 ONVK 3)31 

Bursatella leachii Blainville, 1817 ONXIII(7)23 

Cadlina eveLinae 0NVI(2)9 

Cadlina LLmbaughi Lance, 1962 0NV(12)82 

Cadlina luteomarginata MacFarland 0NVI(9)55 

Calliopcea bellula Orbigny, 1837 0NXI(i4,5,6)9 

CaJjjjella sphaerifera Schmekel, 1965 0NV(9):57 

Caloria asilitaris (Alder & Hancock, 1b64) 0NVIII(2)9 

Catriona 0NIV(9)47, 48 

Ctelidonura hlrmdinina (Quoy & Gaimard, 1832) ONVI(7):47 

Chromodoris baumanni Bertsch, 1970 ONIII(4)13 

Chromodoris gloriosa Bergh, 1875 0NIX(1)1 

Chromodoris luteorosea ONX(6-7)13 

Chromodoris macfarlandi Cockerell, 1901 0NXIII(2)5, ONVII(4)15 

Chromodoris necKi a (t-larcus, 1955) 0NXIII(1)1 

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Chromodoris sedna (Marcus & Marcus, 1967) 

ONVII(7)35 

Coauaievia alba Collier & Farmer, 1964 

0NVIII(7-5)21 

Coryphella cynara. Marcus, l9o7.0KIII(5)17 

Criaiora cane ja Marcus, 19ol ONVI( 11)65 

CylindrobuUa jap<xiiea Haiaatani, 1969 ONIXC^I)!! 

Dendrodoris cort^iat^ Kay & Yoiffig- 1969 

ONXI(2;3^ 

Dendrodoris krebsii (Mdrch, 1d&3) CNVII(5)12 

Dendronotus albus MacFarlana, I966 OiNVlIKT- 

0)24 

Cfermatobranchus striateiliis Baba, 19rt9 

CNIII(12)^- 

Derssatobra. atriatus van Basse It, 1624 

0NiV(c)31 

ioauiuia 3CJ1 a ie gen sis i Co o ne r , 1662 ) 

ONlIKc -'X(3}9 



DoriQpBillM sloG-Qvm. ctata { Co o ce r . '! 8 6 "< ' 
0NVII(11)51 

Doris piekensi Marcus i Marcus, lyo? 
CNIII(6)29> CNvIlK 7-6)24 
Doto corcsiata (Gaelln. 1791) 0^X1(^^,5,6)11. 12 
Doto kya 0NVII(4)15 
Doto uva Marcus, 1955 QnXI{7. 859)45 
Eiysla omata (Swainson, 16*40) OHVIi10)59 
Elysia sugasbJsae Baba, 1955 0NXII(1)1 
Elysia trisinuta Saba, 19^9 ONVIlK 9-10)25 
Eolis mi \ i taris Aider & naacock. 1664 
0NVI11(2)9 

Facelina (Acaathopsole) fusca Schsekel, 1966 
0NV(b)3i 

Favorinus auritulas Ha re us ONXII(3)5 
FlabeiliBopsis iodiaea (Cooper, 1862) 0N¥I1(3)9 
Gastroptercaa flavusg Tokioka & Baba, 1964 
u-r< -J 2.Xic / J 
Gastroptercai fu-sci 
0NVI(12)69 
GlossGdoris Maefarlandi (Co eke re 11, 1901) 
OiMlII(Q)33 

Gyaaodoris alba (Bergh, 1877) ONIX(2)3 
Hancocki.a laieMata (fesse, 1872) 0NX11(2)3 
itermaga (Piacida) crescniana Trinchese, 169^ 
,, ONVIK 10)47 

V ifenaaeina s^tlii Marcus, 19&I 0HvIIl(2)5 
^ Eopkmsiji rosacea MacFarlsrid, 1905 ONIII (11)41 
^ HopkinsiBlla hii'oi Baba, 193-3 OHViiI(5-6)17 
%pselodor'is aaritima (Baoa, 1949) CNVI(1)7 
Hypselodoris piacida (Baba, 1949) ONVIIK 11)33 
Iniida laama harcus & Marcus, 1967 0NVI(1)1 
Jaiolus cofflis Marcus, 1955 0NX(11-12)5l 
Jorunna oardus Benrens 5: i^snderson, 1951 
OwXIlI(>i)39 

Laila cockerelli f-^cFarla^id. 1905 0My(12)82, 
OHVII(6)21 

Lafflellidoridella mitsuii (Baba, 1938) 0NX(1)1, 
ONX(3)5 (one is wraignasej 

La^ilidoris aitsuii Baba, ]93o 0NX(1)1, ONX(3)5 
[one is wrong name] 

Learchis iBdica Et^rgh, 1896 GNVII1(2)9 
Limenandra nodosa Haefelfinger & Stamra, 1956 
ONlV ( 12)51 

Lobi©2r sagamiensis Baba. 1932 0NVI(4)35 
LoDigpr souverbii Fiscr.er, 'b56 ONVI(4)35 
feli.be leoiina Gould, 1o52 ONV( 10-11)67 
f^croESBlo giiaase-Qsis (Quoy i Gaimard, 1624) 
CNa1(3)5 

Hotarchus punctatus armatus Baba, 1935 
ONIII(9)36 

Noua^a gloriosa (Bergh, 1675) 0NIX(1)1 
Mouiffi a pur-pure a Ba ba , 1 9 ^ 9 ON IX (1)1 
Gkenia aiigeiijnsis Lance, 1966 0NVIIl(7-fa)24 
Oken ia van couve ren sis ( C 'Dai oghue , 1921) 
0MXI1I(3)9 

Chcbidella biuneyi SteaiTiS, lc93 0NVIII(7~o)24 
Oxynoe viridis (Pease, 1661) 0NVI(6)51 
Itetalifera sp. GNV(9)50 
Phidiaoa? ONVII(4):15 

Phyllapiysia engeli Fiarcus, 19b5 0NX1II(4)13 
PhyUobranchillus orienta^lis (Keiaart, 1656) 
OMV(5/6)17 

Piacida cremanian a ( T rln c he se , 1693) N V (1)1 
Pleurobranchaea iaponica . '^^25 

GN1II(7)25 

Pleurobranchaea nouvaezeaiiindiae, Tcriang, 1934 
()N11H7)25 
Pieurobranchus ar-eolatus (KsSrdi, 1663)